Indian Army and Tezpur University sign MoU on Chinese language training for army personnel
Indian Army and Tezpur University have signed an MoU on Chinese language training for army personnel.
By Anupam Mishra: A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between the Indian Army and Tezpur University on 19th April 2023 for training the Indian Army personnel in the Chinese language.
The course will be for a duration of 16 weeks and will be conducted at Tezpur University. The MoU was signed by HQ 4 Corps on behalf of the Indian Army and the Tezpur University registrar in presence of Vice Chancellor Prof SN Singh.
Tezpur University, established in 1994 by an act of parliament as a central university, is one the pioneers in the North East in teaching foreign languages including Chinese with highly qualified faculty.
This Chinese language course will improve the in-house Mandarin expertise and empower the army personnel to engage with the Chinese military personnel as and when the situation demands.
With improved Chinese language skills, the army personnel will be better empowered to convey their points in a much more cogent manner. It will also help in better exchange of viewpoints and understanding of the Chinese PLA’s version of their activities during various interactions such as commander-level talks, flag meetings, joint exercises, border personnel meetings etc.
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